You Oughta Be in Pictures
What do construction management, United States history and filmmaking have in common? Charles Cook, for one thing. This Drexel professor and member of the Carpenters Company of the City and County of Philadelphia talks to us about the history behind some of Philly’s most iconic historical structures (and the two movies he made about them). View transcript
About Charles Cook
Charles Cook is an assistant clinical professor in the construction management program at Drexel University’s School of Engineering. He earned his MFA from Temple University’s School of Communication and Theatre and a PhD from New York University’s School of Education. Cook is a member of the Carpenters Company of the City and County of Philadelphia,the Associated General Contractors of America and the Consulting Constructors Council of America, among other professional associations. He wrote and produced Moving the Gruber Wagon Works and wrote, produced and directed Téte à Téte -The French American Alliance at Carpenters’ Hall.